INCA BURIAL STONES
The following is an excerpt from an article that appeared in the May 1997 issue of Creation ExNihilo magazine on pages 22 and 23, titled Messages on Stone by Dennis L. Swift.
Dinosaurs and Flying Reptiles
However, evolutionists and other long-agers believe dinosaurs became extinct more than 60 million years before the first man appeared, so they cannot admit that any ancient rock art depicts dinosaurs.
When I was in Peru recently, Dr. Javier Cabrera Darquea, a research professor at Ica National University gave me a stone (photo 3) which he said had been found on the Nazca desert plains. This has a startlingly accurate depiction of two dinosaurs, Triceratops and a therapod dinosaur somewhat similar to Tyrannosaurus rex or Allosaurus. Because Triceratops and T. rex are both 'favourites' in popular dinosaur lore (often depicted as sparring partners), it raises the question of a modern forgery. However, the stone, of high density, smooth andesite (a volcanic rock), has several areas deeply encrusted with desert sand, especially covering some of the engraved areas showing leaves. It has a film of oxidation over it, and the segment of T. rex's lower leg and foot are well worn. The fact that the therapod is not a good representation of T. rex (the front legs are too long) is further evidence against a modern forgery. The frill-like treatment along the back suggests the artist may have been drawing something like Spinosaurus."
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